Casa Xixim in Tulum, Mexico

By on August 23, 2019 Home Decor

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This villa hotel, on a narrow lot fronting a protected bay in Tulum, Mexico, is designed to be fully self-sufficient, and to work in concert with its unique site. A path leads from a mangrove marsh, through a palm grove, into a main living space that can be fully opened. The path then continues to the beach beyond. The distinction between interior and exterior dissolves, and house and site merge to become part of one continuous experience. Read More

Monochrome Creative Hub Decor

By on August 13, 2019 Home Decor

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Beautiful house with artistic design. This design composition by Wertvoll hub presents us with a graphic play of opposites black and white colors for the base of the color palette, antique and contemporary decor details, rustic and trendy compositions – a well measured and stylish juxtaposition of polarities. Read More

Minimalist House with the Panoramic Views in Mexico

By on August 3, 2019 Home Decor

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Casa Z is located on one of the highest hills in Zihuatanejo, on a trapezoidal land with an area of ​​500 m2. The surface of the land is irregular, the main access being on the upper part of the land. The main concept of the project was to create a minimalist house with rich social spaces where users could enjoy the panoramic views and the climate of the region. Three levels are proposed composed of two volumes that would be staggered to take advantage and respect the topography. Read More

Italian House that Fits Perfectly within the Olive Trees

By on June 30, 2019 Home Decor

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Located in the countryside outside the Italian commune of Ceglie Messapico, Villa Castelluccio was revitalized by Trotter at the request of a British couple who desired a European escape. Though presently available to the public as a holiday rental, the villa retains the comfort and atmosphere of a loved home. A modern edge has been given to this 1920’s countryside villa, yet keeping a rustic feel, light an airy. Read More

Eco-Friendly Casa in Sicily with a Roof Garden

By on June 26, 2019 Home Decor

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Casa ECS, with its special laboratory for artists, rises in Sicily on an area of a high environmentally-friendly allure within the city of Scicli. Thanks to the natural configuration of the territory it is possible to appreciate the gentle slope of the land towards the Mediterranean sea: a series of terraces, retained by dry stone walls, with olive and carob trees growing up on them, fades beyond the horizon. Read More

Stone Clad Villa at Lago di Garda

By on May 22, 2019 Home Decor

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Standing on the edge – water and stone, former lemon house transformation. The organic beauty of this Italian villa’s original construct is spiced up with some modern minimalist elements and entwined with tribal textures, antique artistic insertions and clever comfort interior decor details. Its intriguing features deserve detailed exploration. Read More

Monte House in Mexico

By on May 11, 2019 Outdoor Spaces

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Monte House is a compact vacation home designed for a couple of young adults, immersed in the wild landscape of southeastern Mexico. The objective was to achieve a reflective and contemplative place that links the occupant with the surrounding wild landscape. An intuitive, functional and simple experience of living, but with great spatial warmth. Read More